Description: Certified roofing contractor
License Number: FL0057386
Description: Certified roofing contractor
License Number: FL0054365
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Two microfilm copies

Two microfilm copies
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Description: Certified roofing contractor
License Number: FLCGC040243
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Bond roof fee for b0003018

Bond roof fee for b0003018
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Istueta Roofing

92
Miami, FL
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Revision to roof

Revision to roof
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Description: Construction business information
License Number: FL0010324
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Re-roof tile and flat

Re-roof tile and flat
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Description: Certified roofing contractor
License Number: FL1327401
Description: Certified roofing contractor,
License Number: CCC057906
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Renew b0506349 to re-roof tile off/tile back /2 flat deck 3.264 sq/ft

Renew b0506349 to re-roof tile off/tile back /2 flat deck 3.264 sq/ft
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Description: Certified roofing contractor, license returned
License Number: CCC057090
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Bldg - roofing

Bldg - roofing
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Description: Certified roofing contractor,
License Number: CCC1325931
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Nc/res/reroof

Nc/res/reroof
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Description: Construction business information
License Number: FL0048913
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B0704017//re-roof tile to tile 2,500 sq/ft

B0704017//re-roof tile to tile 2,500 sq/ft
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Description: Construction business information
License Number: FL0067708
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Roofing repairs: cut back roofing to deck in depgrated areas. insta... more

Roofing repairs: cut back roofing to deck in depgrated areas. install 2 ply iv and rubuio 170 pr. re
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Description: Certified roofing contractor
License Number: FL1325788
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Reroof 2000 sq.ft. shingles roof

Reroof 2000 sq.ft. shingles roof
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Description: Certified roofing contractor
License Number: FL1224615
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No permit obtain for installation of water closets, lavatories in b... more

No permit obtain for installation of water closets, lavatories in bathrooms
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Description: Certified roofing contractor
License Number: FL0056817
Description: Registered roofing contractor
License Number: FL0043184
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A/c change out 2 ton st. cool system with an 8 kw heat vertical in ... more

A/c change out 2 ton st. cool system with an 8 kw heat vertical in closet 13 seer goodman aruf24b14 a/h and gsx130241 condenser
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